When you hite the brakes oes your turn singal lights on the dash light up if so the bulbs are and bad o a fuse is bad get a fuse tester walmart has them ground the fuse tester theres two mteal sides on a fuse on the top hite both metal sides i one sie lights u an the other doesnt the fuse is bad
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I am thinking that the brake lamps in the rear taillamps went through the turn signal/hazzard switch. Play with your hazzard switch and see if they start working. If not, check the brake lamp switch with a test light. I believe the high mount stoplamp had a seperate wire than the taillamps for brake lights.
Where the brake lamp attatches to is called a tail lamp assembly,some call it a rear light module,they are sold in pair and they do fail,you did the brake switch and the combination switch,either the wire is disconnected some how or the lamp assemby both side failed,
Hi Turn on your lights,turn your turn signals on to either side and walk around the truck looking for a light burned out.Parking lights,turn signal,anything.If you don't find anything put your turn signal to the other side and walk around again.But most likely it's a parking or "running" light. The bulb out warning checks several different systems.Don't forget to have someone help you with back-up lights too.If it's time for 1 to go,there may be another.And have them step on the brakes and check those too. Back-up and brake lights are 2 that you should never get a ticket for. Seriously,how could you know? You'll find it Bob
I could not tell you how many times people have brought their cars into my shop and tell me that they had already checked all fues and they are OK, then I check the car and find a blown fuse or a fuse that is completely missing.
Your dash (Instrument Cluster) illumination lights are powered by the "PARK LP" fuse in the underhood fuse panel - it is fuse number 37 and should be a 20 Amp fuse. If this fuse is blown, your Park lights on the exterior of the car will also not be working. If they are working and your dash lights are not, then the problem is probably in your headlamp switch.
Your Brake lights are powered by the "STOP LAMP" fuse in the instrument panel (IP) fuse block it is a 15 Amp fuse.
Your Hazzard lights are powered by the "HAZZARD" fuse in the (IP) also a 15 Ap fuse.
If both of these fuses are good, then the most likely problem with your brake and hazzard lamps is the multifunction (Turn Signal) switch.
What any of the above has to do with replacing your window regulators remains a mystery.